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and ceo tim armstrong who came from google what the number one catalyst has been to spark this growth. >> i think the number one catalyst actually and this is not going to be a financial metric is talent. i think aol has done a tremendous job putting the right people in the right seats to drive growth, and look on the consumer side, with the properties we have, aol properties, things like patch, makers, those things, incredible properties. on the advertising side, you look at what we've been able to do with advertising.com, which we recently renamed to aol networks. what we've done in terms of the businesses related to the ad business overall. you take a step back, and then look at historical aol businesses, everything has improved pretty dramatically, and that's because of the talent and people we have at the company. you followed the company for a long time, and i think you know what aol is capable of. we have the right people in the right places, magic happens. liz: i have followed it enough to say you could arguably say the long national nightmare is finally over. you do have afte
line. and there were a bunch of them in that speech. you ought to google it. so while conventional wisdom might suggest that voters will not pick a man that looks like this, remember, they once said the same thing about a guy that looks like this. lesli. >> it didn't change. that's fore sure. derek, thanks so much. >>> and from a governor who has handled a whole lot of super storm stuff, he may have a whole other super storm to deal with. >> yes. maybe northern new jersey, but certainly southern new england. that is the bulls-eye. blizzard watch out for boston. it will have an impact on our weather. we'll start with a live shot outside. we're looking at the live michael and son weather cam. we have clouds coming in. temperatures should be above freezing downtown. dew point falling a little bit, so some colder and dryer air moving in. winds have shifted to the northeast at about 6. one little storm to the north, but that's not the main event. the main event is gathering strength down to the south. and this is going to be a big storm. and really you look at it and you think, wow, it'
cool, cool culture, a thug is a cause celeb, a victim forgotten. google daniel faulkner u you get 193,000 hits. google muna, you get photos. he's delightful in dregs. he writes poetry. sure would take an hour to find out how guilty he is, but why when you have others weeping on his behalf. now we have the new documentary out everywhere which is about as balanced as an italian cruise liner, a vile valentine to a thug whose mass murder is martyrdom. it's out now who hope that the dangerous cool of a murderer rubs off on their lives. he is global warm not guilty a prison jump suit, cocktail conversation for cowards. they crusade for gun control as they defend a cop killer. screw them. i beg you, stop following celebs who are on crusades that elevate thugs. for they mock a cop's life to be cool. the book by the victim's wife, she could use the money. the next time you see someone in a shirt proclaiming free muna, slap the book across their forehead. it will be the closest they get to real knowledge ever. anyway, interestingly enough, while i was writing that, there is another cop killer
in apple is fueling dozens of tech stocks to new highs. google's become the new tech leader, but who can ignore the run in none other than facebook? which is up an astounding 16% this year and will be addressed later in "mad money." the internet and the cloud, based on producing winners left and right, and are providing broad leadership that is so much better than just that army of one that was apple. finally there's louisiana, home of the super bowl, and more important, the energy sector. so far in 2013, it's the leader, it's up 8%. sure, oil's increased in price this year, but that's not what's really behind the energy move. no, it's the astounding renaissance of the american oil industry. where we keep finding more and more oil and gas, and the companies doing the findings keep going higher and higher in price. just think about what core labs, the company with the technology behind finding so much new oil in old places said last night, last night right here when it detailed its quarter. a quarter that by the way drove the stock up $10.44 to finish today, core told us there could be no
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results from the online search engine google. a harvard professor found names typically associated with african americans were 25% more likely to produce ad results offering background checks and suggesting the person had a criminal record. she conducted the study after a search for her own name and turned up an ad reading -- pakistani schoolgirl attacked by the taliban last year has undergone successful surgery to repair her skull. malala yousafza was left seriously wounded when militants shot her in the head for campaigning for the rights of girls. shortly before her operation, she announced the creation of a new foundation to advocate for children. >> today you can see that i am alive. i can see. i can see you. i concede everyone. today, i can see and i'm getting better day by day. it is because of the prayer's of people. because of the people, men, women, children -- all of them have prayed for me. because of these prayers' and because of these prayers, god has given me this new life. this is the second line. i want to serve the people. i want everyone, every girl, every child
, so i cannot have been a suicide. [laughter] google id. i am telling you, folks. anyway, he is coming home from his job as a forensic plumber, and his wife tells him he needs to pick up some wine for her women's book club. so he sees the wine shop. so they come back together. that sets out this chain of events. they hate each other. but i keep getting pushed together randomly. within a matter of days, without intending to, they have hijacked a clothing-optional cruise ship. [laughter] >> it gets a little weird starting their. >> that is very early in the plot. from there, this is the story of two guys who do not want to be together, all they want to do is go home, but things keep happening to them. they become international terrorists, and the end up going all over the world. >> they bring democracy to cuba. [laughter] they delivered two million bananas to the starving folks in somalia. they go from being perceived as terrorists into being great liberators. >> but they never know. they have no idea that any of this is happening all the way through. that is sort of how we got going. a
as island nations issued to tsunami alerts. google animation shows where the earthquake hit near the solomon islands. a tsunami warning is in affect for the solomon islands, but that one was just canceled elsewhere in the south pacific. >> fire rescue workers responded after a person was trapped in a truck that was dangling off the side of a highway overpass at ford lot of they'll, florida this morning. it happened around 2:00 this morning. police said the two people were in the truck when it crashed and ended up halfway off the ramp with its front end against a pillar. one of the people inside the truck has been transported to hospital and their condition is still unknown. authority say that a person inside of its second car involved in the crash may be injured also. >> it is 6:11 a.m. and we will take a quick break. next on kron 4 morning news. southwest airlines is going the distance. brand new spares you will want to know about before they expire tomorrow. >> the san francisco forty- niners pack their bags and they call it a season. which will hear from coach jim harbaugh. >> in two and
and say well this would be huge if it comes true. google, very interesting. $40 billion a year revenue. a lot of that comes from the ad world system. they said we're going to start charging in the middle of 2013 people that use tablets and mobiles to get their messages across. that would be quite an interesting development in terms of bolstering their revenues going forward. just a couple stories to kick around in the business space. and we're a little mixed on the european story. generally there is a positive trading wuind. >> let's see if they can get revenue off the mobile. that's a big deal. of course, one of the big things with facebook. before you go, outgoing treasury secretary tim geithner said i'm not going to write a book. he is going to write a book. there is a lot of fun on twitter about possible titles. i want your pick for the title of treasury secretary geithner's book. okay, "angels and lehmans." "a tale of two cities." "a farewell to arms." my two favorites, "50 shades of pay." and then, of course, you need the cliff notes for "the hold man and the sec." it's a short b
. and all that's left to do is say thanks. easy. google's backyard for the wbing it on challenge.. [fight bell: ding, ding] what's your preferred search engine? search engine, uhh, probably google. if we do a side by side blind test comparison, and you end up choosing google, you get an xbox. i'll bet you the xbox, you bet me your son. well let's look up what you need. okay, i would do the left. yeah? what?! i am a daddy! bing wins it! bing won. bing did win. people prefer bing over google for the web's top searches. don't believe it? go to bingiton.com and see what you're missing. [ male announcer ] engine light on? come to meineke now for a free code scan read and you'll say...my money. my choice. my meineke. >>> good morning. minding your business. u.s. stock futures still flat as the corporate earning season continues. stocks hit the pause button yesterday. take a look at the s p p. up around 6% and the s & p within shouting distance, along with the dow, of all-time highs. >>> one investor taking on apple. calling on the company it give some of its massive stockpiles back to investors
. immigrant businesses have grown at 2.5 times the national average. i also said i am glad that google is in mountain view rather than moscow. google was founded by an immigrant, but it is worth noting that none of the founders came to the united states because of their skills. they all came here through a family based system or because they were refugees or the children of refugees. risk-taking, a desire for a better life. these are among the most desired values in our country. it is the secret sauce that makes america great. from alexander hamilton to andrew carnegie to albert einstein, we get our nation forged by immigrants. it is time we fully embrace that immigration is good for our country. it is time to do are tour part. thank you very much, mr. chairman. >> thank you. all other members opening statements will be made a part of the record. we will turn now to our distinguished panel. i will begin by introducing the first panel. our first witness on this panel is mr. vivek wadhwa, a visiting scholar at the university of california berkeley. a senior research associate at harvard
mobile phone i can use google wallet. let's test it out. whoops. i selected my card here. and i just hold it against. >> backwards. >> oh. >> no cards enabed. i'm enabling it. now i can just hold it against here. >> it took. >> all right. thank you very much. >> goog wallet only, would on sprint, virgin mobile devices and the nexus 7 tablet. >> next up morning coffee and here they use a service called level up that's going to allow me to pay with my smartphone. >> put your phone right here and level up will scan the barcode. >> so i just bought a coffee. >> yeah. >> right? >> right. thank you. >> the mobile payment space is projected to be $171 billion business this year. and it's on the rise. so what is the future look like? we asked one of the major players. >> if you're paying with your name, you don't need your phone or your wallet at all. >> i should be able to pay using square just by telling you my name, right? >> yeah. >> so i'd like to get a scone, please. >> okay. >> and my name is laurie. >> your name is laurie. i see you right there. >> so my picture just showed up. >> yeah. y
tsunami alerts. google animation showing where the earthquake hit near the solomon islands. it a tsunami about 5 ft. high have been measured in the area. a tsunami warning is in effect for the solomon islands, but that warning was just can't go elsewhere in south pacific. no threat to the hawaiian islands, alaska or the west coast. >> in florida this morning, one person was killed after a bakery truck was left dangling off the side of highway overpass. >> this happened about 2 this morning in fort lauderdale. the crash said the truck careening into a concrete wall. >> it is stuck there. the firefighters went and got one person out of the truck. another person in the truck was killed. there was another car involved in the crash. it took crews about 90 minutes to make sure the truck would be secure and drag it back onto the road. you can see the heavy equipment they used. there was someone pin inside so it took a while to make one rescue and another person died. >> following the latest out of southern california where officials have confirmed the death toll in the tour bus accident has ris
, it's getting to me. what we find out about a new chinese tax up off of google earth as opposed to a traditional process come you have to raise the question of how much we see the types of things we need to see. that doesn't get to the question of human, what networks we have on the ground, how we work with allies who are concerned but i think the best analogy that most of our allies in the asia-pacific hurt concerned with front yard and their front door of a to the street in intersection, they're not concerned about the troll and intersection. they want to make sure no one comes in around eight and it's a problem because we have presumptions that a lot of the reasons we had the treaty with japan, were not worried about an amphibious aid in japan. it's hard to drive the mayor. so that's the type of things that need to focus on, which goes towards building a community of interest we can leverage another race. >> are going to wrap things up. let me take my colleagues of you and the rest arrested at the policy series. we've got health care on tuesday, economic realities and priorit
here, they are acquitted, they can never go after it again. if you google it, a little beauty queen murder will come up. >> yes, this is like the casey anthony case -- >> of our generation, little ways back. >> and the parents could never seem to escape it even though they were never convicted. let's talk about this case outside of atlanta. a man shoots and kills a driver who had pulled up to his house by mistake. the shooter, 69-year-old philip sailor said he was afraid it was a home invasion. the people were looking to go, but they went to the wrong house. sailor shot and killed the driver, so holly, is it reasonable to say that the sailors -- i don't know that he was defending himself. >> they're going to have a difficult road, number one, these people had hardly opened the door of the vehicle, this is somebody pulling into the driveway. if you're out of your house, or in your house, you look and see a -- an unfamiliar car, lock the door. this elderly gentleman went out there, waving a gun into the air, firing it and asked these young people who never even opened the door, are ba
really on a blind date because you can google your so-called brian date. >>gretchen: i met my husband on a blind date. >>brian: did you google him? >>steve: there was no google. >>gretchen: he had the opportunity to watch local news to figure out what i looked like. then he went to the library. remember the dewey decimal system. i had nothing to go on for him. it really was blind. that doesn't exist anymore. >>steve: like pioneer days. >>gretchen: thank you for aging me. >>steve: when they didn't have free google. >>gretchen: i'm kidding you. >>brian: lewis and clarke. those were two courageous guys. can you imagine how crazy this country was? >>steve: we've got a new protocol of things you should and should not have about you on-line. we'll share that in a couple of minutes. >>gretchen: the hostage drama in alabama is over. the five-year-old boy who would been underground with his captor for a week is free and safe. the man who abducted him is dead and this morning we know how. elizabeth is in alabama with new details. elizabeth, you've been covering this. i imagine you feel relief t
significant startup companies, the silicon valley success stories were from yahoo, google, intel, they did not come to this country through the highly skilled immigrant visa program, but through other means of immigration. there is an interview on november 20, 2012 at the wharton school of business. their distinguished school in pennsylvania. you stated, "i was in new york in the 1960s as a child. being in america is quite an experience. i left in the late 60s, but i always wanted to come back. the first chance i got was in 1980 when my father got transferred to the consulate in new york city." would you agree based on your own experiences in america that the notion of family unification, of the unit being together, has been and should continue to be an integral art of what we do when it comes to comprehensive immigration law. >> there is no dispute on that. the only thing i argue about is that -- we want to bring in additional skilled workers and grow the economy. >> your own experience the measures importance of family importance. >> you are right. the children are immigrants -- that is
, google is now bringing you the grand canyon to you with more than 9,000 extraordinary 360-degree panoramic images including the famous meteor crater. look at the gorgeous pictures captured by a street trekker, which can function in location only accessible by foot, and google plans to take the trekker to more unique location around the world. i am guessing that you have been to the grand canyon by this point? that is a gorgeous way to get the there. >> if you can't go there, it is a better way to see it, but the better way to go there is to go there. >> it is beautiful and one of my favorite places, wolf. >> me, too. >>> it was exactly ten years ago today that space shuttle "columbia" broke apart killing all astronauts on board. we will talk to the widow of the commander of the shuttle next. ♪ [ male announcer ] every car we build must make adrenaline pump and pulses quicken. ♪ to help you not just to stay alive... but feel alive. the new c-class is no exception. it's a mercedes-benz through and through. see your authorized mercedes-benz dealer for exceptional offers through
companies such as google, microsoft and intel, could end up helping many people in poor countries get onto the web. it could also cement long-term ties between the state department and the companies while opening new markets and reaching new customers for silicon valley. it's another sign of how her legacy will play itself out for years to come. in terms of what she's done. >> exactly. i've written a lot about how she has tried to turn the state department into sort of a business promotion machine. and traditionally this has been with, you know, industries like aerospace, companies like boeing, the tech world, you know, coming into the state department and getting help from the u.s. government is newer. but obviously, google, yahoo! these companies have a lot to gain from getting people internet access in places like africa all around the developing world. on average in developed countries, about 70% of people are online. it's only 20% of people in the developing world. and the reason is that the costs are prohibitive. and it's actually not because people are so poor. it's because the mark
say that i am glad that google was founded by an immigrant. it's worth noting that none of the founders of these companies came to the united states because of their skills. andy grove, they all came here for our family system or because they were refugees of the children of refugees. what made that special was the traits they shared with immigrants of all kinds. entrepreneurs, and a desire for a better life. it is the secret sauce that makes america great. when alexander hamilton and andrew carnegie, and many others, immigration is good for our country. it's time that we do our part and devise a way that the people have enough get up and go to get up and go and come to our shores and bring their talents and contributions to our society and to our economy to become americans with us. thank you very much, mr. chairman. i yield the floor back. >> i think the gentleman. without objection from all other members will be made a part of the record. we will turn now to our distinguished panel of witnesses. i will begin by introducing the first panel. our first witness on this pa
is lifting all boats and bidu should be held. they don't have google in china. joey in florida. >> caller: boo-yah, jim, from a street.com summer internship hopeful. >> i like that. a lot of interns over time. great to have you. what's up? >> caller: what are your thoughts on lifetime fitness? should it be on probation for a quarter or two? >> sometimes you've got to go. those @jimcramer on twitter know this. you've got to go to the source of the stuff. the lifetime member that is my daughter who says that equinox is now competitive. here's what i know about lifetime, that was not a good guidance quarter. it just wasn't. and i -- they are indeed, i think you're right. penalty box is right. and it's -- but it's a major penalty, not a minor penalty. opportunity abounds in this market, you've got to put the homework to work, put that tape to work. work it for you, not against you. massage it, figure it out, put the money down, take it out. you can do it. "mad money" will be right back. >>> coming up -- meal ticket? hungry for the next hot stock? it could be hiding in your grocer's aisle. hai
create new jobs. google wasn't poached somewhere. it was homegrown in california. i think perry is trying to cover up from his declining poll numbers and recover from the fact that california beat his state in new jobs in 2012 but, oops, i forgot. come on, he's a dope and an embarrassment to my state. california has a longer life expectancy, higher per capita income and my state of texas, my beloved state under texas has gotten poorer, sicker, and we die younger. he's got a lot to do at home before he complains about california. >> gee, it can't be that bad because texas is leading the nation in job creation and, by the way, california actually -- you know how many people have moved out of california, taxpayers in the last decade? nearly 400,000 taxpayers and they take $30 million with them. that's why california is not a great place to create business. >> he created twice as many jobs as texas. >> i want to give jerry brown the credit. he's trying to address the problem there. but texas has the lowest taxes as any state. california has the highest. what kind of environment do you want to
includes the internet, gps, google, the iphone and god, what would you do about that? i expect we hear more examples from the witnesses and we can probably spend our two hour hearing reading a list. and yet, i feared some of my colleagues in congress would still be unimpressed. we will still hear arguments that the federal government's role should be restricted to basic research base the private sector can do the rest alone. that, everybody, has to take a cut. that is the 8.2% cuts looming on march 1st [inaudible] i happen to believe personally that we can invest in unemployment and food stamps, or with can invest -- to e limb the needs. so let me attempt to briefly effort some of the arguments. r&d is not simple. linear process from basked to applied to developmented and so on to a final commercial product, it doesn't go in only one distribution. rtd is part of a complex innovation process with -- [inaudible] there's no clear line at which the public role ends and the private role begins. and there's not been any my of our lifetimes. that's why partnerships between the public sector namely
such laws. so what happens when you die it o your facebook account e e-mail account, twitter, google plus? how do your lovednes get into it if they don't know the password? that's become part of litigation. there was a marine who died back in the middle of 2000. his family had to go to court to get yahoo to turn over the e-mails. so the truth is, under the contract of service that you enter when you enter into these programs, when you die, the program dies. it's not transferable and they have the right to terminate the account. on facebook, it's probably 5 million people who are dead at that have accounts there. sometimes -- >> steve: open accounts? >> sometimes people set up memorials. you need have a will. you need to let someone know the password. or you need to go to one of these internet services that will actually send messages to people upon your death that will have all this financial information there that, will have the passwords so your family can take over a twitter or google plus account, yahoo, all of these important things in our lives. >> steve: right. i can understand kno
is amazon, google, microsoft, apple. those are the exceptions. the rule is mostly small businesses. small businesses that are in powering small businesses. we haven't traditionally had a seat at that table and some of our goals is to be a part of the process so that we can engage as we have in the past. that is why we are here. >> hello. how is everybody doing today? i am from detroit michigan. i spent most of my day working on something called grand canyon university and what we do is help on to the jurors and start-ups to be able to leverage the technology to be able to tell their stories online. so, this gives you a little background about me to it i had the opportunity to be a part of latin america for the new silicon valley, and what that really did is it opened up my eyes to this whole startup ecosystem and how the world really works so the perspectives i want to bring today is how does the city and thus the kind of change their mind set from an industrial perspective? i'm from detroit michigan and if you look at detroit, it has changed. how does a town that has historically been a
'll have to explain. in the age of google and youtube, anna nicole's sordid past lives on. what will you say to her about the not-so-pleasant details of her mom's life? >> i will use things as a cautionary tale. right now, every little girl has a vision of their mom being, you know, this hero to them. she doesn't have that. she has, um -- >> reporter: it's tough, huh? >> i try to make her mom have a presence in some way, that she can understand. >> reporter: who do you see in her most? anna, you, both? >> i don't know. it's a really good mix. i think she looks a lot like me. i think she has her mom's eyebrows and her mom's smile. >> reporter: and clearly, her mom's big personality. >> she seems to be a little stubborn. she shops like her mom. she's an infomercial queen. everything they say, call now, 1-800, blah, blah, blah. daddy that, daddy that. that was her mom. >> please, please, throw me some diamonds. >> reporter: and next week, another similarity. dannielynn is the new face of the guess kids line. >> if she doesn't get any other way to connect with her mom, she has that picture o
. you have large companies like you mentioned, google and others, who would like to bring in more people on certain guest worker kind of visas. you have other big business interests like the farm community, agricultural interest in the state. and then you have -- you put those two together, big business, chamber of commerce and ag, those are some pretty big constitch whenties offered -- constituencies. that's why you see the administration working to get all of those people together. it's also a reminder on how many different things can be in an immigration reform bill. it's not just the path for citizenship here illegally. >> if you can look in your crystal ball, you said there's no time frame but any guys when we might get some comprehencive immigration -- any guess when we might get some comprehensive immigration reform. >> reporter: well, we'll have to see when the senate judiciary committee starts a bill and then it will take multiple weeks on the floor of the senate. i would be surprised if we have action by summertime. a lot of it will he depend on the republicans and the house of
of dollars in grants and these grants don't have to be paid back. if you want to find grants google "college grants" and you'll get countless options to apply for. it can make a huge difference. attendance costs for freshmen at public schools on the list is about $10,000 when you factor in those grants and aid compared to the 19,000 initial sticker price. colleges often include textbook prices in their tuition costs and that can scare people away but nowadays many students at these colleges are finding cheaper options online or using ebooks when it comes to those crazy prices for those textbooks. carol? >> okay so what other schools are on the list? >> so what "princeton review" did was separated the best value schools by public and private. public included university of virginia, uv led the list followed by the university of north carolina, the new college of florida, william and mary and ucla. as for the private schools, swarthmore topped the list, followed by harvard, williams, princeton and pomona in california. who knew, harvard? see you need to be smart enough to go. >> exactly and cre
could soon become home to a new private airport for google executives. the $82 million project would include an executive terminal, hangars and ramp space to accommodate google's largest business jets. the proposed airport would bring in $3 million a year in rent and create hundreds of permanent jobs and up to 200 construction jobs. the san jose city council is expected to vote on this proposal in april. >>> coming up after the break, we'll check the forecast and the roads. >>> welcome back. now it's 10:28. we're actually giving some breaks of sunshine. this is sunol in san francisco headed towards partly cloudy to mostly sunny afternoon. you can see that vividly over the golden gate bridge. starting to see a little bit of a blue sky. it will still be cold out there in livermore. 53 degrees in san jose. we're tracking that potent blizzard in the northeast today. and we'll take a close look at what we can expect for jets fanfest tomorrow. >> with the blizzard in the northwest i'm not going to complain about any wind or rain over here, but we've had some. this is 880 which has been a w
commute hours. the stop is for private settles offering bus service to companies like google, apple, and genentech. is to be is that a bus stop of its kind in this city. there's always one near eighth and market streets. muni is opening stops like this will keep private commuter shuttles from blocking muni buses during the commute. >> california's highest court is scheduled to hear arguments today on whether local governments can be and retail pot dispensaries within their borders. about some other cities and countries ought counties already have but this will be the first time the state supreme court will consider the issue. medical marijuana advocates say is state law allows local governments to set limits on dispensaries but not out of them altogether. ♪ ♪ [ engine revs ] [ female announcer ] small... [ engine revs ] wicked... ♪ and now... ♪ topless. ♪ the fiat 500 abarth cabrio. ♪ [ male announcer ] it's no secret that the price of things just keeps going up. [ female announcer ] but we have some good news. it's our bundle price promise. [ male announcer ] a price yo
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